This is a David DeCoteau film and that says it all.
This is a film about werewolves with a complete absense of werewolves based vaguely on The Firm. A chap who wants to become a stockbroker joins a firm with a deep dark secret. No not how bad the acting is but all the buff young tea drinking chaps who work there are werewolves.
Oddly the film kinda works. The acting from some of the cast like Eric Roberts (didn't he have a career once?) is good and the scene setting in NYC is good too.
What let's it down is firstly the soap actors involved. Baywatch's Michael Bergin, Dark Angel's William Gregory Lee and US soap's John-Paul Lavoisier and Jason-Shane Scott simply either can't or didn't want to act. They made what was supposed to be the pivotal scenes in the film funny.
DeCoteau's films aren't to be taken seriously. Their primary purpose is to replace the usual screaming blond girl in most horror films with buff men.
Homoerotic? yes. Good? no.